Ferrero Rocher is a unique chocolate, hazelnut treat. What makes it so unique are its layers. The first layer is chocolate nut praline on the outside. Then there is a wafer holding chocolate inside with a roasted hazelnut at the center. It is like eating a little adventure.
The correct way to eat a Ferrero Rocher is layer by layer.
First you bite into the praline exoskeleton carefully making sure to not puncture the wafer layer. Then proceed to carefully chip away at this top layer until it is all gone.
The second step is to carefully open the wafer layer. Again, it is important that you don’t disturb the chocolate globe that is inside the wafer.
The next step is a bit controversial. You can either bite into the chocolate and eat the hazelnut at the center one time or you can suck off all the chocolate, then eat the hazelnut. Both are acceptable.
Now that you know the right way to eat a Ferrero Rocher, I would like to point out that if you just bite straight into this piece of art without taking the time to appreciate every layer, I hate you. You are a monster and I genuinely want nothing to do with you. Only psychos eat this little adventure and show no appreciation. Don’t be a psycho.